Maria Guzman Capron
Christine Yuri Noh
The Painting Salon presents Maria Guzmán Capron and Christie Yuri Noh.
7:00pm: Doors open
7:30pm: Maria Guzmán Capron
8:30pm: Christie Yuri Noh
Please bring a snack or beverage to share.
Maria Guzmán Capron received her MFA from the California College of the Arts (2015) and was the recipient of the Graduate Painting Fellowship. Selected recent exhibitions include City Limits (Oakland), Guerrero Gallery (San Francisco), Et al (San Francisco), The Joanna (Houston), New Capital (Chicago), and Bass & Reiner (San Francisco). Capron is a co-founder and works out of the Oakland studio collective Ctrl+Shft.
Christie Yuri Noh’s work investigates the nuances of modulations through the use of jump cut motion and close-ups which emphasize the Artificial nature of digital media. Noh explores abstract and impulsive scenery as motifs to describe the idea of hyper-real space. Using ephemeral loops, non-linear narratives, and interactive images as patterns, Noh creates meditative environments, which suggest the expansion of time
The Painting Salon is a monthly lecture series aimed at fostering a dialogue about contemporary painting in the Bay Area. Each month, we invite two artists present their work at a new art space, gallery or artist studio. With the nomadic venue and expanding roster of presenters, the Salon hopes to foster community by introducing new audiences to artists and artists to each other. Guests are invited to contribute to the event through pot luck offerings of drinks and snacks.